– “Our intelligence believes that Russian resources could run out in the next few months.”
British Prime Minister warns of global stress Ukraine. He thinks Olaf Schultz is great in this crisis, and despite Brexit, he sees his country as a pillar of Europe.
Michael Neudecker in London
Boris Johnson flew to Rwanda on Wednesday for the Commonwealth of Nations meeting, and is scheduled to travel on Saturday from there to Garmisch-Partenkirchen. The G7 summit begins in Schloss Elmau on Sunday. Before that, he still had little time for an interview: the British Prime Minister, who identifies himself as “Boris” and shakes hands, greets this editorial staff and three other major European newspapers for an interview on the second floor of No. 10 Downing Street, in the former office of Margaret Thatcher. A huge portrait of Thatcher hangs on the wall, and bound volumes of House of Commons debates in decades past are in the elegant wooden cupboards. Johnson has had a turbulent few months, and the scandal surrounding the shutdown parties in Downing Street is a topic that accompanies him constantly. He doesn’t want to talk about her anymore, okay party gate“I really said everything,” he says. He barely won a vote of no confidence in his party. Closer than Thatcher once, shortly before her resignation.